That’s what a clever child says

The baby’s cleverness cannot be separated from the cultivation of his parents.

Whether parents can talk to their children is a very important factor.

Today, Dr. Clove invited Teacher Ye Zhuang to tell everyone that parents need to pay attention to what when talking to their children if they want their children to be smart.

Smart boy, come out

If you want your child to be clever, you have to talk, not only to let your child talk more, but also to let your parents talk together.

Let children say more and understand, why do parents have to say it together?

1. Promote children’s intellectual development and speak well.

Some studies show that the more and more parents talk to their children, the higher the level of their children’s intelligence development.

When parents speak with their children, they can help them create a richer language environment and let them come into contact with more words, words and sentences. In this way, children will accumulate over time, just like a young seedling that has gained rich sunshine and rain, and will be able to better develop their language ability and speak well.

2. Help children to observe human feelings and everyone loves them.

In the process of talking to children, parents may have different facial expressions, body postures, pronunciation and intonation in different occasions. These rich materials can help children understand emotions and emotions, so that children can not only [speak], but also [speak], become a baby who can distinguish different occasions, understand other people’s emotions, and become loved by everyone.

If you want your children to be smart, parents will do so.

Although Dr. Clove stressed that it is good for children to talk more to them, we also need the right methods to get twice the result with half the effort.

1. Say everything you see

Some parents will feel that they have nothing to say to their children. In fact, within the scope that children can accept, parents can say whatever they see to their children.

For example, when taking the child home and seeing the fruit stall in front of the community, you can ask the child why he likes what fruits.

At the dining table, you can talk about the happy things that your child met today, and let your child say carefully what happened and why you feel happy.

When taking the children out, you can talk about what you see on the road, perhaps a Xiao Mao, or a small flower, or a newly changed billboard on the street.

2. Say what your child likes

Whether the child is temporarily interested or has been obsessed with, parents can talk about it as a topic. Moreover, the topic can be expanded, as long as it is related to children’s interests, it can be said.

For example, if a child likes toy cars, we can not only discuss a toy car that the child likes, but also discuss with the child the invention history of cars and the characteristics of cars in different countries.

If the child is older, he can also talk about the principles of various parts of the car, such as how the engine makes the car run, how GPS locates, etc.

Children are always more interested in expressing and communicating with things they are interested in, so they can say more and better.

3. Let the child express, not declare,

When many parents talk to their children, they always say a lot of things themselves and then ask their children:

Isn’t it? Okay? Is that okay?

In the face of these questions, children can answer them by nodding and shaking their heads, without saying much about what. To cultivate smart children, the key is to let the children say more by themselves.

For example, if you see a butterfly flying by, if you ask your child:

Look, is that a butterfly?

It is better to ask the child:

Is that what? Is it all what color?

This heuristic conversation can guide children to think more and say more.